Unfortunately, except for the two played by Peter Krause and Donald Sutherland, each is more tiresome and off-putting than the last. Krause plays Nick George, whose father had the all-consuming job of being personal attorney to the Darlings, the wealthiest family in New York. By now, Nick is a lawyer himself, specializing in low-paying but fulfilling work for charitable groups.
There are at least seven people crammed into the dressing room at GMTV studios when I walk in -- a Channel 4 publicist, a Disney publicist, a GMTV publicist, a producer, a manager, a researcher, me -- all of us standing around in our drab blacks and greys. And then, there, unmistakeably, in the middle of us, is Donald Sutherland. Even at 72, he's still far and away the most commanding presence in the room.
My father worked as a lawyer for the richest family in New York, until his plane went down in Long Island Sound. He left me his biggest client, the Darlings. Tripp, the empire builder.
Brian Darling: Why the hell is Nick George coming over? This is the worst idea in the history of the western world. Lisa George: [about the Darlings] Please, God, tell me we'll never have to see these people again.
I did love 'Dirty Sexy Money' quite a lot. I loved my tenure at 'Scrubs' quite a lot. Bellamy Young.
But in life, every ending is just a new beginning. You are what you wear! They are good listeners. You never know what you're gonna get.
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This is a significant understatement — Faust merely made a pact with the Devil. An amalgam of the Kennedys, the Hiltons and the Osbournes, the Darlings — who are the richest family in New York City — will soon become the most monstrous family on television. Patriarch Tripp Darling an imperious Donald Sutherland is as close to a functioning human being as the clan possesses.